Adam J. Lewis Center 160 kW Solar PV and Living Machine


Adam J. Lewis Center 160 kW Solar PV and Living Machine

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The Lewis Center utilizes a 60-kilowatt (60-kW) grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) and 100 kW system to produce a substantial fraction of its energy needs from a renewable source.

The Living Machine is an ecologically engineered system that combines elements of conventional wastewater technology with the purification processes of wetland ecosystems to treat and recycle the building's wastewater for reuse in the toilets and landscape.


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